The Rulers of Russia - American Edition - by Rev Denis Fahey
A rare and interesting book detailing this seldom broached subject. The ancient battles of central Asia go on in disguised form to this very day. Only a few of the names have changed. The Khazars today dominate the media in the West, having largely infiltrated the US and parts of Europe. The Khazars funded and conspired to shaft the Russian Monarchy, in retaliation for the Czar thwarted the Khazars attempts to overthrow Mexico. That's where this book comes in. The Khazars then constitute the great majority of the Communists (they become almost synonymous). This book reveals their true identities and roles. Since the Khazars converted to Babylon Talmudism before the Russians first drove them out of Asia and into Europe, this book refers to Khazars simply as "Jews". However, there is no "anti-Semitism" involved, as the Khazars were never in any way descendants of Shem.
How Britains Biggest Racists and Financiers Created Zionism - by Mark Burdman
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